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From Carlos Vicente <cvice...@network-services.uoregon.edu>
Subject Re: your apache mirror
Date Wed, 11 Nov 2009 22:46:57 GMT
Sorry about this.  I'm waiting for a hard drive replacement.  The server
should be up in a few days.

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On Wed, 2009-11-11 at 04:52 +0000, apmirror@apache.org wrote:
> Hi systems@ns.uoregon.edu,
> 
>   thanks for supporting apache.org with your apache mirror at
> 
>     http://mirror.uoregon.edu/apache/
> 
>   We have looked at your mirror and it is now 15 days old.
>   Please see the overview of the state of all apache mirrors :
> 
>     http://www.apache.org/mirrors/
> 
>   If your mirror becomes too much out-of-date,
>   we will have to delete it from the mirror list.
> 
>   If you have questions, please look up the how-to-mirror page
> 
>     http://www.apache.org/info/how-to-mirror.html
> 
>   or send mail to the mirrors list (mirrors@apache.org).
> 
>   NOTE : this reminder mail is generated automatically, and
> 	 it is sent once a week to mirrors over 3 days old.
> 
>   Thanks, regards,
> 
>   The apache.org mirror team.
> 
>   ----------------------------------------------------------------
> 
>   Some quick reference info :
> 
>   -- apache rsync sources for your apache mirror :
>      
>        europe : rsync.eu.apache.org
>        usa    : rsync.us.apache.org
>        world  : rsync.apache.org
> 
>   -- rsync command to use :
> 
>        rsync -rtlzv --delete SOURCE::apache-dist /path/to/mirror
> 
>      where SOURCE is one of the apache rsync sources.
> 
>      Use --progress when you rsync 'by hand'.
> 
>   -- your crontab entry should be like
> 
>        MIN HR * * * /usr/bin/rsync ..........
>      
>      where MIN (for minute) is some number between 0 and 59
>      and HR for (hour) is a number between 0 and 23 ; example
> 
>        42  7 * * * /usr/bin/rsync ..... #
>        23 21 * * * /usr/bin/rsync ..... #
>      
>      Please don't use minute 0, because everybody does that :-)
> 
>        BAD            : 0 21 * * * /usr/bin/rsync ..... #
> 
>      Never, never use minute * ; you will sync *every*minute*.
> 
>        VERY, VERY BAD : * 21 * * * /usr/bin/rsync ..... #
> 
>   -- frequency : once or twice a day is fine ;
>      more than four times a day is too much.

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